Employer failed to accommodate workerThe type of work that the grievor was able to perform did not always justify a full-time position, but neither the employer nor the grievor himself made sufficient efforts to find him the work he could do and was entitled to.By Mark Rogers06/06/2011|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 06/06/2011 Having worked with restrictions for years following an injury to his knee, a worker grieved when his temporary layoff became permanent while workers with less seniority were returning to work and doing his job. Hired in 1998, D.J. worked as a general labourer for a manufacturer of pre-cast concrete products. In 1999, he sustained a work-related injury to his knee. Following surgery and a period of time on modified duties, D.J. returned to his job. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.